If your splashbacks are beginning to look drab and stained, chances are they are affecting the overall aesthetic of your kitchen. The last thing you want is your kitchen looking dirty, as this is where the food comes from. One of the appealing materials that you could consider for replacing your splashbacks is glass. Some people may falsely assume that glass may not work well in the kitchen environment. The truth is that the splashbacks are made from tempered glass, thus making them just as strong as the tiles that you previously had.
If you've recently received a windfall through the post, you may have been thinking about spending this money to renew or recondition part of your home. As you think of the options, your mind may have settled in the bathroom, and you may resolve to improve what is for many people the most important room in the house. As you stand on the threshold to have a look around this room, where is the most obvious place to spend this welcome sum of cash, where it can make the biggest impact?